Mystic Pug Tarot App Celebrates World Tarot Day

This app is not currently available in the App Store.

As tarot card readers gather in celebration of World Tarot Day on May 25, 2012, the Mystic Pug Tarot app will have its own little merriment by holding a sale. World Tarot Day, which also coincides with the Memorial Day Weekend in the United States, will be marked by app users everywhere downloading the Mystic Pug Tarot app. Don't let a weekend sitting by the campfire go by without letting the Pug help you predict the next 20 years of your life!

Since it was released in November 2011, the Mystic Pug Tarot has been downloaded in 65 countries, is currently at a five-star rating on iTunes, was featured on "New and Noteworthy" and "What's Hot" in iTunes, received a Best Mobile App Design award from the Marketing NW awards, and won a Silver award as the Best Mobile App at the Summit Creative awards. Of course, the Pug predicted all of this good fortune!

The Mystic Pug Tarot was developed by EXCLAIM. Founded in Seattle, Washington in 1998, EXCLAIM is a full service, performance-driven advertising and public relations agency. Recognized in 2011 as the 4th best small company to work for in Washington state by Seattle Business magazine, EXCLAIM creates award winning campaigns for companies in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

Full-Deck Version Key Features:
- More than 250 answers to your most important questions
- 43 unique office tarot cards and fortunes
- Lucky numbers
- Lucky condiment
- Two reading options: for you or for a friend
- Share feature including Facebook, Twitter, email and text
- History of the Mystic Pug Tarot
- Instructions
- Sound effect options

Mystic Pug Tarot 1.0.0 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category. From May 25, 2012 through May 28, 2012 the app will be on sale for $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies).

via PR Mac

This app is not currently available in the App Store.

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